Six actions to take in the next 12 days

Join the 12DaysOfAction campaign against sexual exploitation

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is promoting 12DaysOfAction,August 1-12, 2017, to  work to change six companies that are normalizing or profiting from sexual exploitation.  NCOSE says, "All year round we work to change the culture by changing corporations. Government policies are very important, but if we're honest, Google and Amazon are far more intimately connected to our day-to-day lives than Congress is."  

That's where you and I come in.  NCOSE says, "We need YOU to get involved with our #12DaysOfAction campaign from August 1-12 where we give you 12 days to take 6 actions which can influence CEOs around the country!"

Which companies are being targeted?
  NCOSE has identified a "dirty dozen" list of offenders.  For the 12DaysOfAction campaign, the following six are targeted: Amazon, Comcast, Cosmopolitan Magazine, EBSCO information services, Roku, and Google's YouTube.  Each of these businesses contributes to normalizing and/or profiting from sexual exploitation through selling or providing explicit and pornographic material.  (See below for details.)

What, exactly, can you do?  Click HERE to learn more about each business then use the contact information, suggested email or phone script, and other ideas to join NCOSE in the fight against sexual exploitation.

You don't have to spend money.  It only takes a few minutes. Even a busy person can work one or more action steps into their schedule.

We CAN made a difference.  Let's do it!
Sue Ann

Note: The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) was founded in 1962 to address the connections between pornography and sex trafficking, violence against women and children, harms to children, addiction, the breakdown of the family and more.  It is a leading national organization addressing the public health crisis of pornography and exposing the links between all forms of sexual exploitation.  Learn more about them HERE. 

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Click on the links below to learn more about the companies named above:

Amazon: Click HERE

Comcast: Click HERE to read NCOSE article, "#Comcast Cares?  Then Why Does It Sell Sexually Exploitive Material? from 4/24/17

Cosmopolitan Magazine: Click HERE

EBSCO information database (used in middle and high schools): Click HERE to read NCOSE article, "Do Online Databases Filter Out Enough Inappropriate Material?" from 6/24/17

Google: Click HERE.

Roku: Click HERE


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